Onsite Training: Software / Systems Engineering

Systems and software engineering are the focus of this curriculum. The SE courses discuss the development and management methodologies and tools used throughout the software lifecycle from the feasibility study and requirements definition to the design, development, documentation, configuration management, testing, deployment, and maintenance. Also covered are the lifecycle models such as Waterfall, Spiral, and V; and techniques such as prototyping, JAD, and SEI CMM. All courses are tailored to your industry as well as the methodologies of interest to your organization.

You may also want to check out our Onsite Training: Technical and Project Management curriculum.
Onsite Training: Software / Systems Engineering
all can be taught at your offices, some also on the Web
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Tutorial: Functional Requirements of Software Systems

Functional requirements define the required behavior of the system to be built, as reported by a hypothetical observer envisioning the inputs that the future system will accept and the outputs it will produce in response to those inputs.

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Why a PM Certification Program May Not Translate into an Improved Project Success Rate

The boost in project success rate that many organizations expected from their Project Management certification program has not materialized. Why? What is missing? There are many possible roles in a project. The obvious ones include the project sponsor who pays for the project, the project manager (PM) who directs the project, and various project team members who perform project work. Many projects rely on stakeholders to be subject matter experts, and when deliverables must be integrated into ongoing operations, members of the operations staff may join the project as well.

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